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Eagle Vision overheating

I have a 3.5L Eagle Vision that has recently developed an overheating problem. I have changed the thermostat, rad. cap, flushed the radiator, replaced the belts and hoses, checked the fans and fan relays. I consulted a Hayes manual and it stated that if it was putting plenty of heat to the heater core than the water pump should be fine. This thing will overheat while parked in my driveway.

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  • bisonrichard Aug 27, 2008

    have a 94 eagle talon es.....overheating problem...kept blowing the radiator hose, losing fluid and overheating...got a new hose, replaced thermostat, checked fans (ok) thermo switch (ok) flushed, relays (ok) got new water pump, new radiator pressure cap, stopped overheating until the hose blew off again... am now getting a new radiator installed tomorrow...was told by the radiator shop the only thing left is a bad headgasket gasket

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Look for bleeder screw on thermostat housing or front middle of intake manifold area.open bleeder while vehicle running bleed air out.

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